I have a question about the usage of the phrase "out of turn" in this article:
Donald Trump booted Univision anchor Jorge Ramos from an Iowa press conference because Ramos yelled questions out of turn and was raving like a madman, the candidate said Wednesday.
According to this dictionary, two definitions seem to work:
definition 9 under section Phrases: At a time when it is not one’s turn.
definition 10 under section Phrases: Speak in a tactless or foolish way
Which definition would fit the usage in the article?